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Januzaj 'waiting' on Everton approach

| 18/08/2022 78comments  |  Jump to last

Everton could move for former Manchester United winger Adnan Januzaj if they sell Anthony Gordon to Chelsea before the deadline.

According to Belgian journalist Sacah Tavolieri, Januzaj has his heart set on returning to the Premier League as is waiting for the Blues to make a move for him.

Now 27, Januzaj rose to prominence at Old Trafford but ultimately left the red Devils for Real Sociedad five years ago following loan spells at Borussia Dortmund and Sunderland.

He is now a free agent after his contract with Sociedad expired.

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Hugh Jenkins
1 Posted 18/08/2022 at 22:34:16
Sadly, another that didn't live up to the hype.
David West
2 Posted 18/08/2022 at 22:37:18
"Waiting for Everton" let's hope he's waiting a while... come on, gotta do better than this, Blues.

3 Posted 18/08/2022 at 22:49:49
Waiting for Everton; more chance of Waiting for Godot...but with Le Ev you never know.
I wouldn't pay him in washers.
Nick Page
4 Posted 18/08/2022 at 23:13:57
Probably some truth in this seeing as we once tried to sign him. Once Bill has seen a player that's it, forever shall he be courted. Must have a thing for young men in shorts.
Mike Gaynes
5 Posted 18/08/2022 at 23:14:29
I suggested Januzaj as a possibility a couple of months ago when McNeil's name first came up. Doesn't score but loves to attack and can create chances for whoever our striker turns out to be. Could be a cheap replacement for Townsend.
Stu Darlington
6 Posted 18/08/2022 at 23:20:09
Heard Bill and Moshiri involved.
Done deal then.
What could possibly go wrong?
Gavin Johnson
7 Posted 18/08/2022 at 23:20:27
No, as a direct replacement for Gordon which is the narrative in some of the reports, but could be a useful free signing to fill out the squad.
Brian Wilkinson
8 Posted 18/08/2022 at 23:25:27
If I bump into you Saturday, Danny, bring me a tipple of whatever your drinking mate.
Mike Corcoran
9 Posted 18/08/2022 at 23:28:24
Remember that Spurs game well Danny as junior evertonian no.28 in the Gladys behind the goal, £1.50 a game, what a season of unbelievable football followed. Sadly, we are not gonna hit those heights this season. This player must, must, just be crappy rumour.
Brian Wilkinson
10 Posted 18/08/2022 at 23:32:15
If Bill and Moshiri are involved Stu watch out for Lee Sharp being signed to a two year contract.
Tony Twist
11 Posted 18/08/2022 at 23:43:13
Can't be true, if we are interested then we are sunk. Him and Dwight McNeil then we really are in trouble.
Colin Glassar
12 Posted 18/08/2022 at 23:47:31
He can wait in the bogs at Lime St station as far as I’m concerned. Get that Brereton Diaz lad or another striker ffs.
Paul Birmingham
13 Posted 18/08/2022 at 23:51:43
Deffo, no Januzai, surely, this is taking the piss of scrapping the barrel?

I will take Terry Curran, or Madar, ahead of him.

Some one is taking the proverbial.

Danny O’Neill
14 Posted 18/08/2022 at 00:05:12
It's getting late but I've still got my senses about me.

Brian; I hope we meet and I'll buy you some of what I'm drinking!

Paul, I know the game has changed. But then has it?

In December 1983, we were staring down the proverbial abyss. It was bad. Really bad. 18 months later I'd been to Wembley twice, seen us lift the FA Cup and then been crowned Champions.

A couple of years ago, Leicester narrowly escaped relegation only to become league champions the following season.

Nothing is unthinkable. Nothing is impossible.

Will Mabon
15 Posted 19/08/2022 at 00:10:21
Are we on some kind of effin' reality show here? I keep looking for hidden reaction cameras.
Don Alexander
16 Posted 18/08/2022 at 00:15:20
This lad has for years now been a poor man's ("poor men" in terms of character and football know-how) version of Gerard Deulofeu, you know the guy now becoming a multi-millionaire in Serie A for bog-standard Udinese - but at least he plays.

Just who, if anyone, at our club wants to replace the hopeless/hapless Dele Alli with a player without a jot of his credibility, such as Januzaj?

Brian Wilkinson
17 Posted 19/08/2022 at 00:17:14
Big risk of being injury-prone but, if he can stay free from them.

About the best one I would say we have been linked with is Milik, 28 and has goals in him, but the big if is staying fit. Around £18 Million, there are worse options out there.

Big gamble, but one that could pay off big time.

Paul Birmingham
18 Posted 19/08/2022 at 00:28:12
Danny, good paradox, it's 11 v 11, or squad v squad, and hearts, and minds.

We need a couple of strikers, as-the lack of conversions is not sustainable, and this season, we start worst off, with DCL, crocked, and Richarlison gone, plus previously, prior to last season, no goals from Siggy and the chances he made.

But can Dwight, and Gray start chipping in plus Tarks and the rest?

Brian, let's hope so..

Hope eternal.

Paul Birmingham
19 Posted 19/08/2022 at 00:30:21
Colin, spot on, let’s hope, at the sloth speed of learning that, Everton, are learning, but fast..
Kieran Kinsella
21 Posted 19/08/2022 at 00:59:07
This is beyond a joke now. Some bloke off the dole who years ago seemed promising. Why not give George Green another roll?

We start the summer selling our best players then announce we are selling the club to Steven Bannons posse. Then rip that up just as we get humiliated by Minnesota. We dump our virtue and go back cap in hand to a betting company. We are playing silly buggers with PSG over a 33 y/o DM when we already have more DMs than most leagues. We blow 20 million on the least productive wide player in Britain then try and push out one who by McNeills standards is prolific. We have no one who can score and no one who can create and we are still paying a fortune to Gomes and Gbamin just to exist.

Will Mabon
22 Posted 19/08/2022 at 01:07:09
Kieran, there have been a lot of negatives too.
Vijay Nair
23 Posted 19/08/2022 at 01:18:07
Looks like Morgan Gibbs-White has signed for Forest (£25m plus add-ons,). Being Everton, he will probably score against us this weekend.

Meanwhile we fluff around going without a proper striker into a third straight game.

Alan J Thompson
24 Posted 19/08/2022 at 03:25:38
If Frank and Thelwell think he may be able to add something then offer him a 2 year rolling contract which can be ended in that time at Everton's discretion but his record doesn't seem encouraging.
Kieran Kinsella
25 Posted 19/08/2022 at 04:09:16

His selling point is that he wants to play in the EPL. So do I but they aren’t calling me. He’s a poor man’s Shani Tarashaj and a clown. If we want to go down the clown route just get Bernard back and fire him out of a canon

Laurie Hartley
26 Posted 19/08/2022 at 04:40:11
Sean Roe
27 Posted 19/08/2022 at 05:17:14
If we lose on Saturday we have missed out on possibly a quarter of the points needed to stay up already.

Still no striker or goal scoring midfielder and we are looking at rubbish like this. Unbelievable!

Tony Everan
28 Posted 19/08/2022 at 06:08:54
I want our scouts to be finding players on the up, from Europe, from the Championship. Not players who have already tried, proven to be distinctly just below average, and are looking for a final pay day.

Even from the bench, I'd much rather be giving Dobbin, if he was here, or Stan Mills some late game time than this player. Anyway it's a load of bollocks, it's his agent trying to manufacture move and get his name out there.

Jim Bennings
29 Posted 19/08/2022 at 06:18:50
It seems like Everton have this sadist kink to start the first season at Bramley-Moore Dock in the Championship.
Danny O’Neill
30 Posted 19/08/2022 at 06:22:41
Come on, Sean. We haven't lost. We won't lose. None of this talk of staying up. We're marching. To Wembley, Europe and beyond.

I did previously warn that as I approach match day my age descends from my 50 years to 10 years old.

As we're rejuvenating the ‘80s classics, Everybody Cheering the Blues.

Here we go. Spirit. Forever.

Garry Martin
31 Posted 19/08/2022 at 07:24:53
EFC Are currently an oppositions dream, we have NO forward play and therefore offer NO danger to their defence.
EFC please 'wake up' and, get some forward players in place.
EFC will probably wait for DCL to return until his NEXT injury.
Tony Abrahams
32 Posted 19/08/2022 at 07:30:02
With 12 days left until the window closes, I think it's time for everyone to show a bit of patience.

I'm not one for knee-jerk reactions because, if Everton lose on Saturday, then they will still have 35 games to go.

It's not about how you start the season, it's about being able to get to that magical 40-point mark. Judge them at the end of the transfer window, be patient!

Eddie Dunn
33 Posted 19/08/2022 at 07:44:46
Well, I think I have a solution to our striking woes. The best finisher in the club, Mr Michael Keane. He can play up top. I bet he would score too, at the right end of the pitch!
Danny O’Neill
34 Posted 19/08/2022 at 07:47:54
Exactly, Tony. Patience. There is a long way to go in this season and still time in the transfer window.

To be honest, for those who still pine for the Moyes days, isn't this standard? Moyes maybe gone, but his promoter is still in place, which may say a lot to the "strategy"??

60 points though, not 40. 60 should get us into Europe.

You'll have to excuse me. It's the night before match day and I'm getting carried away.

Robert Tressell
35 Posted 19/08/2022 at 07:50:59
Tony # 31, I am convinced that we know who the "on the up" players are.

They are, after all, playing for the French U21s etc or doing the rounds in the rumour mills.

Really, all our worries for this season fall away with a good striker signing. There's no need to spend money on an injury prone player like Milik for example. There's still a good list of available strikers.

As for Januzaj, I could see him at Burnley replacing McNeil and playing for fellow Belgian Kompany. His agent is probably seeing if he can get a better move first.

Bob Parrington
36 Posted 19/08/2022 at 08:13:49
He's a "No" for me! We need a player or two who really know where the net is. Full stop!
Sam Hoare
37 Posted 19/08/2022 at 08:18:02
Robert@38, which strikers would you fancy for us?Not sure I see that many I'd feel that confident about. Goncalo Ramos could be interesting.

Don't mind Januzaj as a player and a free transfer on reasonable wages is always canny, though I'm not sure he much helps our goal shortage. With Alli gone and Gordon perhaps on his way out I'd not be surprised to see us bring in 3 more attacking players.

Maybe Januzaj for the bench, Broja for £30m and Hudson-Odoi or Gallagher on loan? Think most people would be fairly happy with that? Also links last night to Elmas who is a handy AMC who'd cost a bit.

Danny Baily
38 Posted 19/08/2022 at 08:42:02
Sam 40, the lad from Blackburn. He's young and has scored for fun at that level. If the choice is between him and someone who we know only scores single figures in the Premier League then I'd gamble on him.

Anyone who can play that role would be welcome as it stands. Our summer business so far has been as bad as we could have expected if we'd been relegated last season.

Bernie Quinn
39 Posted 19/08/2022 at 08:45:36
It's hard to believe there are nearly 900 posts on the Gordon to Chelsea thread. and now almost 40 posts on this one. It won't have any effect on the final outcome re strikers etc.

Frank & Kevin will surely know which players they want, and they have done a decent job in this window. The question is - why isn't Frank signing a striker? I can think of several reasons why not:

a) Because that numpty of a Chairman is blocking all possible deals;
b) The striker that Frank is keen on, doesn't want to come to Everton;
c) The other club involved in the transfer is being awkward as in PSG and Gana, or even ourselves with Gordon.

I can't really blame Frank & Kevin when they are facing those sort of obstacles. I would rather they wait until the next window to sign a striker, rather than panic-buying any average player who doesn't fit into our team.

And of course think of the millions we save by using our own players as a false 9. It is mentioned further back that we could use Micael Keane – and I have previously mentioned Mason Holgate. "Rubbish" – you say? But how do you know?

Then there's Rondon and Mills. And who else of the younger players? Remember that cup game with the youngsters from the Dark Side showed up our First Team Nothing Ventured, Nothing Gained!

Sam Hoare
40 Posted 19/08/2022 at 08:49:52
Danny, I don't think Tarkowski or Coady would be here if we'd been relegated. And certainly not Onana.

I like Brereton Diaz but it's worth pointing out that his output last season is similar to the likes of Maupay and Che Adams when they were in the Championship.

I'd probably prefer Joao Pedro from Watford who I think has higher potential, though he'd also cost more.

Joe Digney
41 Posted 19/08/2022 at 08:50:38
Everton are in talks to try to sign Adnan Januzaj, who is a free agent following the expiry of his contract at Real Sociedad. 🔵🇧🇪

They've offered a contract until 2025.

That's according to the very reliable Italian journal Nicolo.

Surely they don't see this flop as an adequate replacement for Gordon? Madness if they sell Gordon and bring him in on a free, there's a reason he never made it in the Premier League.

Tony Everan
42 Posted 19/08/2022 at 08:50:49
Robert, Sam, Interesting that James Garner has been put on the market. Man Utd all over the place at the moment and this is an opportunity for a club to get an excellent young player that Frank could develop and improve further. 14-15m is the rumoured asking price.

I’d like to see him in our squad in place of Gomes and Davies. Gomes looks like he will be out on a subsidised loan at best, Davies desperately needs a season of starting games somewhere to kickstart his career. He will not get that at Everton. If we got Broja, Brereton-Diaz, Gana and/or Garner in next week things would be looking much better. Our finances probably wouldn’t stretch that far unless we can get a couple of buy now pay later deals on them.

Robert Tressell
43 Posted 19/08/2022 at 08:54:14
Sam, it depends a bit on our budget. But I'd say the interesting ones are:

- Kalajdzic (obviously linked to everyone including us)

- Burkhardt

- Wahi

- Belotti

- Rutter

- Evanilson (although he could be very expensive)

- Broja

- Zirkzee

- Piroe

- Beto

- Isak (again v expensive but who knows if we sell Gordon)

That's in addition to Adams, Jebbison, Guirassy, Dieng, Brereton-Diaz, Gyorekes etc who we're strongly linked with.

So the players are there as ever. But given our status, finances and the nature of the market you can see why it might not happen till late in the window.

Andy Meighan
44 Posted 19/08/2022 at 08:57:00
Just when I thought it couldn't get any worse. Surely this is just gossip.
Paul Birmingham
45 Posted 19/08/2022 at 09:00:32
As long as the strikers are not Sandro Mk 2s, and hopefully Thelwall and Frank will get their players.

Giving the Everton management team, benefit of the doubt, they may have a canny plan, which depends on various factors to happen., to get x strikers in.

Only the club knows and so as Tony has said patience, that great virtue in life is needed.

But The Clock is running. Interesting tomorrow to see if Gordon starts or is in the Everton squad.

Tony Waring
46 Posted 19/08/2022 at 09:09:56
Mention of Townsend prompts me to ask where is he and has he recovered from his injury? We could do with a few moreof his left foot screamers into the top corner!
Joe McMahon
47 Posted 19/08/2022 at 09:19:35
I'd like to thank the greatest Evertonion ever for the shit we are in and the shit we have become.

Januzaj waiting for us sums this whole mess up. When you scratch beneath the surface and deep dive into why we are in this mess, it is all down to Bill Kenwright.

And he claps and sings like an overweight Walrus singing Grand Old Team.

Brian Harrison
48 Posted 19/08/2022 at 09:29:47
Joe 50

While I agree Kenwright should have stepped down a long time ago, I don't think we can absolve the damage that Moshiri has done to this club. Yes he and Usmanov have thrown money into the club but in the main employed clowns like Koeman, to spend the money.

I was only thinking yesterday I could pick a team from Kenwright's ownership that would beat any team I could put forward under Moshiri's ownership. I won't go through the full team but we could have Howard, Coleman, Baines, Stones, Lukaku just for starters.

Derek Taylor
49 Posted 19/08/2022 at 09:32:43
In my book, our latest DoF has already showed his incompetence by failing to sign a striker.

However, it appears that Chairman Bill is once again in charge of the buying process so, perhaps – just perhaps – that should direct some of the blame for this latest Everton farce away from Mr Thelwell!

Bob Parrington
50 Posted 19/08/2022 at 09:32:47
Lots of great suggestions on here but the main question that has to be answered is " which player(s) will fit in to the team? OK stats are one thing but my question comes down to the coach/manager decision, which is crucial. Who will fit in? A team is a blend of players with various skills. Yes, OK. But figuring out which players will 'click' is another. We need two new strikers (each a foil for the other). I am worried that DCL might be missing for most of the season.
Jack Convery
51 Posted 19/08/2022 at 09:35:05
With the Gordon money go and get Ollie Watkins from Villa. Put him in the team and bring in Stanley Mills to provide the assists. Stan and Ollie. Ideal pairing for the mess we are in right now.
Dave Williams
52 Posted 19/08/2022 at 09:40:43
Frank wants Borja and will only get him if Gordon goes in part exchange. He is right to wait rather than bring in more sub- par players to add to those we still have- the mystery for me is letting both Dobbin and Simms go out on loan when he clearly doesn’t trust Rondon. I’m sure I read somewhere that he is not yet considered to be match fit in which case how come? Does he not train well or what?

Saturday is interesting with Rondon needed to put in a shift either from the start or a half time sub.

Joe McMahon
53 Posted 19/08/2022 at 09:47:42
Brain@51, why I blame Bill for it all is that he hand picked Moshiri after years of searching for "investment". You don't need me to tell you that a one off trophy in 1995 was a long time ago. Nevermind we have never qualified for Champions League group stages.
Sam Hoare
54 Posted 19/08/2022 at 09:54:49
Robert@46, a good list there. I've liked Rutter for a while and Burkhadt is interesting. Think Wahi and Zirkzee are a bit raw still but talents. Not sure Belotti or Evanilson would come necessarily and obviously Broja is someone we've been looking at. Piroe is one i'm surprised has not got a move up but is not for us in my opinion. Not seen much of Beto so thanks for that one, looks the right profile.

I do like Isak too. And Pedro as I said. Plus Goncalo Ramos.

There are options but a lot of them are still fairly nascent in their careers, not many of the 'Lukaku when we signed him' ilk, ie players who are proven goalscorers in top leagues.

Brian Harrison
55 Posted 19/08/2022 at 09:59:34
Joe 56

I have said Kenwright should have gone years ago, not sure you can hand pick a billionaire I could agree that he wanted an owner who would leave him as chairman. But Moshiri/Usmanov getting involved in Everton was more to do with Kronke telling Usmanov he would never sell Arsenal to him. So he told his employee to sell his shares in Arsenal and become the major shareholder at Everton knowing Usmanov could use his money helping Everton by not being on the board. But he had his employee heading the board so a win win for Usmanov, although its now gone pear shaped so they are now looking for investors.

Dave Abrahams
56 Posted 19/08/2022 at 10:04:15
I wouldn’t mind Borja on loan along with another striker to add to DCL who will hopefully return to fitness but not pushed into playing every game, this would give us another twelve months to search for another very good striker, yes I know this is Everton and we should have found one in the last few years but hopefully the club is changing under Kevin Thelwell and maybe Frank Lampard.
James Newcombe
57 Posted 19/08/2022 at 10:15:08
I get it now! We are consciously assembling a team of players who don’t score goals, or who squandered their early potential. Or both. What a season this is going to be.
Paul Hughes
58 Posted 19/08/2022 at 10:17:23
Surely this is one to be categorised under "outright nonsense". This fella had his brief moment in the sun as a teenager about 10 years ago, and has been on a downhill slope ever since.
Mike Keating
59 Posted 19/08/2022 at 10:28:40
Danny @ 5 Thanks for the optimistic reminder about the 1984 season (I was also at the Spurs game) but I have to say by comparison, Gordon (if he stays) is no Trevor Steven, DCL (when fit) is not Graham Sharpe and we have no Andy Gray, Peter Reid or Paul Bracewell.
I bear in mind your later admission
“ I did previously warn that as I approach match day my age descends from my 50 years to 10 years old.”
And we are only a day away from match day
But, I’m in my 70s now and have to say the prospect of watching the present crew just ages me further.
Nevertheless, I shall be there tomorrow and hope you got your travel plans sorted out.
John Kavanagh
60 Posted 19/08/2022 at 10:30:08
Any news yet on Gueye signing? If they can finalise this transfer then Blue Bill will be able to concentrate on tying up the loose ends on the Riquelme deal. As for Januzaj, I can think of no other premier league club ever wanting him. Maybe one or two struggling near the bottom in the Championship might be prepared to take the risk. Not us surely, even in our worst nightmares.
Danny O’Neill
61 Posted 19/08/2022 at 10:49:43
Mike @62. You forgot Sheedy. But then there can never be another Sheedy.

Enjoy tomorrow and the 3 points. If I don't see you in person, you know we're both there.

Christopher Timmins
62 Posted 19/08/2022 at 10:51:59
Hopefully, the come and get me call will be ignored. We have plenty of wide options at the moment and we have Townsend to return later in the season.

What we don't have with 12 days to go until the window shuts is a top line striker. My money is on the Chelsea man but it may happen as part of the AG deal. If the Chelsea man arrives he will be a starter and will hopefully result in DCL not being rushed back in October.

Robert Tressell
63 Posted 19/08/2022 at 10:52:03
Sam # 57, Lukaku was an extraordinary bit of business and, looking back, it's strange a richer club didn't gazump us.

Whoever comes in may only start about 10 games because DCL will remain our key striker. So I don't mind raw provided they are v talented.

In fact some of the raw ones may end up being much better than DCL in a season or two.

Whereas Adams for example is a good worker but that is it.

Joe Digney
64 Posted 19/08/2022 at 11:00:42
John, I heard riquelme is still waiting for blue bill to pick him up from the airport, said he’d be there in 10 minutes but that was 14 years ago..
Sam Hoare
65 Posted 19/08/2022 at 11:16:51
Robert@66, yes it's unlikely to hit the lukaku jackpot twice, though it feels that is what some on here are expecting.

Yes I expect we will bring in at least 2 forwards (maybe 3 if Gordon leaves).

I think a mobile but strong 9 to link play (Broja, Guirassy, Berkardt, Belotti, Ramos, Watkins) who can challenge and maybe replace DCL as well as a more mobile ball carrying forward who can drift out wide or inside but also works damn hard (Adams, Rutter, Brereton-Diaz, Hudson-Odoi, Pedro) as well as a versatile forward to fill in where needed, perhaps someone young or someone very cheap (Wahi, Maupay, Januzaj, Jebbison, Dieng)

Will be a busy 11 days or so! If Gordon leaves I can see us adding 4-5 new players (including Gueye).

Tom Bowers
66 Posted 19/08/2022 at 11:56:44
We don't want anymore garbage rejects like Januzaj who play a couple of decent games and just take the money.

We have Gray, McNeil and Townsend when he is fit so why another wide player.

All this media trash talk should be avoided. No good having wingers and attacking full backs if we don't have a proper striker.

Until then we will struggle in every game.

Mal van Schaick
67 Posted 19/08/2022 at 12:20:18
They’ll all be getting the dinghy over to join a sinking ship. We’ve had enough crap to last us a lifetime.
Matthew Williams
68 Posted 19/08/2022 at 12:46:37
I'd rather keep hold of Gordon, ta very much.

As for Strikers then Diaz and Jebbison are our best bets for the long term... make it happen but do it fast!

Paul Washington
69 Posted 19/08/2022 at 13:13:37
No thanks, you can keep waiting.

Forest will be rubbing their hands with glee playing us tomorrow.
Still no forward brought in, absolutely shocking, 6 points chucked away already.

We've a centre-forward on a par with Joe Harper and Rod Belfit. Get a bloody grip before it's too late.

Soren Moyer
70 Posted 19/08/2022 at 13:44:05
That's the smell of money for you!
Paul Kossoff
71 Posted 19/08/2022 at 16:25:23
Januzaj rose to prominence at Old Trafford, really?

Maybe as the most booked player, or a noted diver. After a nominal start he was loaned out and then eventually binned off. The only saving grace for Everton bringing him in is he will cost nothing. We barely escaped relegation last season, with no intention of bringing in a striker for the Forest game and two away games after the EFL we are heading for Shit Street with a hole in our trousers and no toilet paper!

John Graham
72 Posted 19/08/2022 at 16:41:37
He has been wanting to get back to the money gravy train that is the Premier League to plump up his retirement fund.

We need eager young players who want to prove themselves, but judging by the stupid money paid by Forest for Gibbs-White, we will be better off taking a chance with someone from outside the UK.

Dale Self
73 Posted 19/08/2022 at 16:50:39
If they are still intent on doing a deal someone please tell La Real that we would consider Oyazrabal since that would be the reason for any good form observed in Januzaj.
Paul Jones
74 Posted 19/08/2022 at 21:46:25
Januzaj was going to be the next big thing when Moyes was at Man Utd – a view only shared by some writers in the Northwest press. His "stellar" career would suggest otherwise.

I'm surprised the "con" is still being played now he is 27.

Bernie Quinn
75 Posted 19/08/2022 at 22:57:53
We will probably sign him. After all, we must be one of the few teams left without a player with a "Z" in his name...
Brent Stephens
76 Posted 19/08/2022 at 23:02:33
Bernie, that "Z"... We have a Zan-Luk Leban in the U21s if that counts! And some of our games generate lots of "Zees".
Bernie Quinn
77 Posted 19/08/2022 at 23:18:57
Thanks, Brent – my bad and apologies to Zan-Luk.
Ivor Keyes
78 Posted 20/08/2022 at 12:04:47
Sadly Everton are more and more looking like a side with no ambition with the speculation around Anthony Gordon. Every player has their price, but to sell our best forward in Richarleson and not finding a quality strike that wants to join the club, followed by the Chelsea bids, were just producing players for others, not what Lampard would want surely!
Allan Board
79 Posted 21/08/2022 at 10:26:06
Keep waiting fella, another brainless speed merchant. Truly garbage.

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